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THE BOTANY NIGHTSOIL NUISANCE. THE MAYOR'S ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886
THE BOTANY NIOHTSOIL NUISANCE. Tus MaYoa's AoTirne. The following is a copy of a Ietter to bc sent by the Mayor of Sydney to the mayors of all the surrounding municipalities : "Sir,-The recant discovery of a deposit of nightsoil in Lord's Bush, so near to the engine-pond of the Botany Waterworks shows the urgent need of some more stringent precautions being taken by tics authorities both of Sydney and of all the surrounding municipal districts. "I yesterday gave instrnctions in this particular case to at once deodorise the offensive matter and have it removed to where it can do no injury, and also to wateh for and prosecute any persons de positing nightsoil in the neighbourhood. ":A ?s it is of the utmost importance to the inhabitants of Sydney and also those in all the municipal districts around Sydney, that tie water they use should be pure and uncontaminated. I confidently appeal to you as Mayor, and to your fellow-alderman, to use your utmost endeavour to prevent the deposit of ...
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13. CENTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886
PiOLICE INTELLIGENCE. WEDNESDAT, "JANUARY 13. CENTRAL. (Before Mr. J. I. Abbott, S.Mf.) IDLE AND DisonosaoY.-Isabella Sul livan, 21, was sent to gaol for four months for having no lawful means of support. Ellen Walsh, 26, received a similar sen tence for being a common prostitute and behaving in a riotous manner in Goulburn street. She was the associato of the worst of thieves, and a constant frequenter of Chinamen's dens. Reoous BsucAvwoun.-Ellzaheth Smith, 25, was fined 10s., orforty-eight hours, for being riotous in Campbell-street. Thomas Dillon was.finedlin the same amount for a sinilaroffence. BAD LaseouAoE.-Wilisan Cato, for using obscene language. in Pitt-street, was fined 40s., or 14 days. AssAuLT.---George Hawkins, 17, for as inaulting Robert Morrison, was fined 40s. or twenty-one days. STvsALeo.-?Thomns Blake, chargedwith h.ving a book in his possessionlressonably stuspected to be stolen. was sent to gaol for two months. Samuel Honry (17), for stealing 4 bananas from the ...
AMUSEMENTS. ENTERTAINMENT AT WATERLOO. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886
AMUSEMENTS. ENTERITAINMENT AT WATERGLOO. Last evening, in the Waterloo Town Hail, a grand Ethiopian entertainment was given byr the No. 12 Artillery Reserve, under the patronage of the Mayor and sldermen of Waterloo. Tfhe objects of· the entertainment were to advertise and ppoplarioc the new corps as well as to obtain recruits for it. The ccommittee are to be complimented on the success of the entertainment, for the hail was well flled by an appreciative audience, A lengthy programme bad been prepared, consisting of songs (comic and pathetic) by the dusky Ethiopians, and conclud ing with a farce entitied "The .Emigrants ofSydney."' After the intervai Captain Boyd delivered an effective ad dress, in which he spoke df the past history of the corps, and called for re cruits, The musical numbers were well received. " Only te see her fass," by Mr F. Cottell, and "The Old Brigade," being particularly relished, but the suirages of the audience, one might say, were reserved for " Smoking yo...
BRAIDWOOD JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886
EBJAIDWOOD JOCKEY.' CLU'B. The following weights have been do-. d]ared in connection with the fortheoming Ineetanl of the Breidwood Jockey Club : DNIAIDsWOOD CUP. st. Ib.l stj b. Esseoclydon .. 8 Prior ,,.... 7 8 Oolmoral..'....0 8 Jossio e. 7 iaven e.. . Sweethoart .. 7 ,Coms ... ... 8L 8 yigttsn . 7 2. Cese... .. 7? Laoytsor .. ... 7 0 I'rsrelo 8 0 Wesebele. 7 i Clemeent... ... 81 TOWN PLATE. i:eDalmoeae ... 94| C oemoe . ..7 7 -liaven .. 1 Jessio .. 70 Strathmoseo . 818 Sweetbeart 7 4 Censs ... 8 8 tisigetn e.. 7 1 ; Brae .. 718 LTyPiteford L."7 5Si5.r ... 7 eo - ..... . o i Bower '110 .arsi 10 O Bosed . 55 0 ~ht. 0.01 Slicero ... ' ..
SCOTTISH NATIONAL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886
SCOTTISH NATIONAL CON CERT. A. concert to commemorate "Anild Nowr Yeai's Nicht," given by Mr. B. Iillion, the well-known Scotch vocslist, wvas bold in the Protestant-hall, Coatloreaghl-etreet, lost evening, before a large aend apprecia. five audience. Scottish selections were excellently rendered by Mesors. 3. Somers and Herman Newton. M~r. 1%. l\Iilen was greatly applauded for "Tho M~arcia of the Cameron Men. 'Land o' the Leal" wvas very well given by Mrs. Innes. A comic song, "Donald LI'indoo," was most amos ing, and splendidly given by MTr. A. B. Mitchell. Miss Bowvles was loudly encored for her singing of "Maid Robin Gray." Mr. A. Edwa~rds sang "Hoist the Flag of Scotland," in liia osnal excellent style. A reading, " Jessie of Loseknosv," was so well rendered by Miss Jessie Raymondl, that it fairly " brooght down tlse house." Seoveral other aongs were very well given. M\r. 3. Somera presided at ths piano in splendid style. The concert terminated by tils company'singing "Anild La...
LAWRENCE JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886
~LAWRENCE 300gEE. CLUB. The following weights .have: been. de clared in connection with? the 'Lawrence Jockey Club ]Eaces, to be run on Anniver Day wRnENCE HANDICAP. ' ' st.lb. I. • .l . Oazrewitch ... 8 5 [ ,Home Ruler ... 6 . 7Wilhelmie' ... e e Beonfeetor" . 6 o IoegOeu .... 712 |Atlota .. , 6 0 GOeenuantle ;.. 7 1 |lowlay .... Baronet ;.; ... 7 0 JacetAll e . e eN-deoo.~ ... e12 CLORB ITRPHY. Wegreon. ..... e Benefactr: *.." e1i Edina ., .e 3 Freedom... 6101 engeseop... e e 0 lor . 6 0 (nieetep . 7 11| Janet ... ... 6 a er .... 710 Promise. 6 7 Pe.... 7 lSowby ... - ... 6 7 BlOntIlU . ;·~.7 2 tloata . 67
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886
Aak Ior DyosQ1 Dw,' apopscborryJalf.-rADVT. Dofore Mr. Johnson, S.MI., at the Wrater Police Court this morning, an elderly wo man named Annie Rose was charged, on remand, with stealing 2 pillow-cases, 1 tablecloth, and a piece of work valued at 3s. Sd., the prolperty of BMrs. Tlomnas MIurray. The complainant and the ac cused were formerly. acqmuintances, and the present case was tile outcome of a quarrel. After patiently hoaring the ovi dence on bothl sides, from a woman's point of.view, the bench dischargod the prisoner.. Ask for Dyasou Bro.'s 1Pmeh Jom,-rAsv.] P ublio Otiacee. C a. RINGTO'N MEW?S, 158, Phullp-strest. LIVERY, BhAIT, and COMMISSION STABLES. COACHING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Horses Broken in to Single or Double Harnles. Man in attendance during the lNight " J3. BOOTH and Co., Propriotors. T HE GREAT AUSTRALIAN COFFEE PALACE, 276,278, 280, Castloreagh atreet, near Protestant HallUis now opento recoive visitors. Ladies' and Gentlemen s _Dining-rooms, Reading and Smoking oe...
THE INQUEST ON MR. SENIOR. THE THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886
THE INQIUEST ON MR. SENIOR. Tee Tseran DAT. Tile Acting-Coroner, Mr. W. Pinhoy, J.P., sat at the St. Leonards Police Court this morning, and resumed the inquiry into the circumstances attending the death of the lato Arthur Hastings William Senior, who was drowned off Point Piper, on New Year's Day. It wsill be remem bered that on Monday some startling evi dence was given by a seaman named Gentry, who was steering the steamer Alpha when the casualty tkoo place. The other occupants of the boat with Sanior alleged that a collision with the Alpha caused the catastrophe, but Gentry swore positively that the small boat capsized before ever she came near the steamer. Mr. E. P. Simpson, of Want and Co., appeared to watch the case on behalf of of Dalgety and Co. (Limited), and Mr. T. H. lellyer appeared in the interest of Bloomfield, Shaw, and Cooper, who were with Senior in the boat. The Coroner said the witnesses he proposed to call to-day would be the persons on board the Alpha.. He would...
GERMANY AND SAMOA. LONDON, JAN. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886
GERMANY AND SAMOA. *ptEOTem's Ts~aea~n.jI LONDON, JAN. 12. News has been received that the •German man-of-war Albatross landed a.body of marines at Samoa, for the purpose of protecting the German traders at that Island, and lowered ihe Samoan flag. The authorities of the Colonial Ofilce, however, have ·reason to believe that' the German Government have no intention of annexing Samoa.
CRICKET. FIXTURES FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886
CRICK.ET. ' rnuTcns Fol Jaha~lT. 16. Surr0 United v; Nowtown (Cup), Agricultural Ground 16. Wentworth v. Lorne (Cup), Agricultural Ground 10. Corio v. Carthona (Cop), Agrinclturnl Ground 10. Belvidero v. Warwrick, Domnain 16. Our Boys v. Clifton, Stnamoro 16. Carlingford v. Gladesrillo, Gladtovillle 23. Bllvidoro v. Warwick (continued), Domair 23. Slaumoro v. Carliugford, Nonrwud Pork 23. Surry United v. .lowtown (continued), Agrieul tuml Ground 2. Corio r, Curtiono (eoninuod), Agriolnturul Ground 22. Rydo v. Enaoter Suburbs (Cup), Agricultural Ground' 20. Bersnforil v. Our Boys, Our BIloys Ornun 20. Rugby -. Orientail, lorwood Park 0--23. 5 United v. Croydon, Sorry niled G'2 round ' 20-Il2. uleircolonil.llltok
AQUATICS. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886
.&QUATICS. 15. Mercantile flowing Club's Annal Meeting 5g. Double Bay Amateur Sailing Club. SI. National Bogattn. Eintrins close Satsraay January 16. 30. Smith's Handicap Trophy Iaee. Woolloomooloo Bay Regatta Posnarny. C. Light Skill tace for. Youths, Woolloomoo Buy 10-guinea trophy) 111. Pyrmont iegstta. Itence. 50, Bahnaln Annual Boguto. 50?o. sTDONE Ys? CT 5Q5AD5O,. Tonrth.cluss race, prize 200January 9.. Third-elass roes, prize £25, Janurny 16. Seeond-clnss race, onrize £5, Januory 280 B.rst-class race, onrze £35, January s0, Veommodore's pnbe, £50, oFebrnry 6. - syDse AmaTunse salrs nm. a ., The following is the prograusno of the mress to be sailed during season 185.6:- January 9.--Open boats, 14 feet; hnli~deeked buats, 20 feet and under. January 23.--Open boats, 23 feet; open beats, 20 feet. February e.--Malf-deelod boats over 20 feet; bhnlfdeleodeoats, 22 feet. Febreory 20.--Hurry-sehr ruse for open boats ?o. do.. for half.decked boats. 'ureh f.--HaHf.dehekd boats, ...
PLUMBERS' AND GASFITTERS' SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886
PLUMBERS' AND GASFITTERS' 'SOCIETY. T•he usual fortnightly meeting of the Plumbeis, Galvanised-iron Workers, and Gasfitters' Society was heldlast evening at the Swan-with-Two-Necks Hotel, George street. There was 'a good attendance of members. Mr. E. Donnolly occupied the chair. A letter was read from Mr. J. E. West, representing the Hunter River MIiners, requesting support for the Lambton men, now on strike; and it was unanimously resolved that the sum of .£10 be granted' to. the Lambten miners from the incidental fund, the money to be sent direct to the miners, and not through the Trades and Labour Council. M[r. West, in thanking the society, said he at present saw no prospect of an immediate termination to the strike. A letter was read from the Trades Hall Com mittee containing the particulars, which have been published, of the late meeting. It was resolved that the money invested in the Trades Mall in debentures be con verted into shares, and the second call for subscriptions to...
SUICIDE AT TAMWORTH. TAMWORTH, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886
SUICIDE AT TAMWORTH. (FcOon OWN CO555E5PONDO-5T.) TAMWOUTH, Taies DAY. -A little after 10 o'clock this morning _?r. Frnel]ll, a son of the ox-MIinistor for Lands, committed suicide by blowing out his brains with a revolver in the parlour of Coolahan'shetel Death was instantaneous. The deceased was an Inspector on the Telegraph Line, and came to Tamworth lest Saturday with the mail train that brought Cardinal Mloran and party. Last Sunday, with Messrs. Fitzpatrick and Brown, of Sydney, he assisted in the grand musical services at St. Nicholas' Church, and was osi his road, in conpany with his uncle, proceeding to New England, after havingbeen to Sydney to spend his holidays. No cause hIs yet bedu assigned for thee rash deed, A fewi minutes before his death Iso seas talking in a perfectly rational manner to som5 .of .our.townsmen. Ths deceased, Swho was a very" fins youtig .man, was 'wel known in Taniworth and much respected,
THE MELBOURNE WHARF LABOURERS' STRIKE. DETERMINATION OF THE OWNERS. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886
THE MELBOURNE WHAR]F LABOURERS' STRIKE. (nose OUH OWN COOIcE?PONDSNTS.) DETBHMZNATION O THE OWNEsRS. M MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. The owners exhibit a determination to remain firm. They say they will lay up their ships for twelve months rather than yield. They' can continue to run two steamers for the Sydney trade, working I them with officers. The Gambler was easily loaded yesterday with a scratch gang. MELBOURNE COAL SUPPLY. If the vessels are laid up, the Metro politan Gas Company has only a foit night's stock of coal, but can be kept going for a month. TIRADES COUNCIL TO HIANAE THE. STRIKE.. The wharf labourers' have placed them selves in the hands of the executive of the Trades Council, who will manage the strike, and endeavour to secure the ap pointment of a board of conciliation. TEN N. Z. AND p. AND O. BOATS. The New Zealand vessels will not be much affected if the seamen go out, and P. and 0. boats will coal and run as usual. BRISBANE, THIs DAT. SUPPORT IN DBISBANN. With referenc...
CAPITAL AND LABOUR. THE WHARF LABOURERS' STRIKE. THE SEAMEN TAKE A HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886
GAPITAL AND LABOUR. TuE WHARF LanouREcs' STvacs. THE SEAMEN TARE A HAND. Instead of any advance borng made towards a settlement of the wharf labourers' strike, the breach is growing wider, says the Age. The dispute now, threatens to assume very much mere serious proportions. The action of the shipomners in importing out-side labor, and in threatening to carry tice system on to such :an extent that they will flood the market with umemployed, has aroused a feeling of exasperation amongst the wharf laborers, and has produced a strong feeling of sympathly amongst other branches of. maratime labour. Yesterday the Seaman's Union suddenly determined to take direct action in the matter. At a largely attended meeting of the members of that body held last night, it was resolved that an endeavour should be made to obtain tlhe consent of the federated societies of New South Wales, South Australia, and New Zealand to all the men who had signed articles on Melbourno vessels, the owners of which h...
BETTING MARKET. ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886
BETTINGC ~IIIARK~ET. ANNIVEReARY HANDICAP. Things in the betting market have somewhat revived, and the layers of odds are somewhat more cheerful. There is a.. great disposltion existing in favour of Thakambanu, and ere long he must see , short price. The following are the latest prices:- Tempe, Set. b. ..... 6to Jewel, 7st. 21b. ......10 tel. finervs,.Set. ll......, I0toL Burrilda,7et.21b ...... 1 tosl Soldier Boy,8st. 21b... .. 12 tol Ben Bolt, t.121b. .,., 12 tol Bullion, est.121bs . .....12 to I Thakumbau, lst. 10b i ... 12 tol Battailous, 8st. 41b...... 12 to Cerise nd Blue,s .Se ... .16 tol Kathleen, 7st. 6lb. 1.te . Hebonest . ......., IltoL Bonie Bee, Set.1 ....S 1eto Desmond, 7st. 6b. . 10 to Others erom 100 to 2to 100 to5.